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Logs below. Thanks man —Dallas Brown … On Nov 25, 2013, at 11:42 AM, Maarten Billemont ***@***.***> wrote: See the dotted line between frame numbers that skip? Anyway, I'm fairly sure this is the best hint so far as to why your transaction logs aren't importing: CoreData: Ubiquity: Skipping (model version hash): : /var/mobile/Library/Mobile Documents/FSBP7TQTJW~com~hashbangind~shipment/CloudLogs/B47AE231-B42E-423B-BBC1-38A24AE839E9/dallas~E117921C-358D-53D1-A6FF-E34A260EB744/B47AE231-B42E-423B-BBC1-38A24AE839E9/ZUfmfd9rHodLXss6vac5FRZOIJmyXne3NXEAmeefUgk=/98F5A7A7-8ABD-4F64-9086-A0FC0D0E1803.1.cdt Are the Let me know if they magically appear in the next hours. this content

We will never, ever spam you or sell your information. Excluding excel files would probably work but is not an option because this problem also affects other files. Quicklinks Parse Server Open Source Download Blog Help Docs Status Policies Need Help? I had it before I created USM and was trying this with just PSCs under iOS 6 and found before launching that the thing was massively unstable. https://discussions.apple.com/thread/2471509?start=0&tstart=0

Notifying application to refresh its UI. UbiquityStoreManager owner lhunath commented Nov 25, 2013 What is the implementation of self.managedObjectContext? My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages To use Google Groups Discussions, please enable JavaScript in your browser settings, and then refresh this page. .

MacBook Pro 2GHz, Mac Mini Server, etc., Mac OS X (10.6.4) Posted on Jun 22, 2010 6:55 AM Reply I have this question too Q: Problem syncing Mobile account home folder USM already does this. neilt commented Nov 28, 2013 Not familiar with that API so it was not clear exactly how to do this? anybody have any tips or things i can look into?

Notifying application to refresh its UI. 2013-11-18 21:09:30.456 Shipment[476:1403] shipments: ( ) 2013-11-18 21:09:30.825 Shipment[476:4507] -[PFUbiquitySwitchboardEntryMetadata setUseLocalStorage:](754): CoreData: Ubiquity: mobile~128B970C-34E8-44A1-A5B2-5CB304F76A79:2407DB7B-A1F7-4521-80C9-3418DD5E989E Using local storage: 0 I then tried deleting everything off of After deleting the file from my hard drive things worked within ten minutes. I increased the sync time for my account to 30 minutes, still getting the same error. > Probably not the end of the world to exclude excel files from the background Can you completely unfold their frames so private frames are fully visible?

Not a directory"} What is wrong here? So what would be the best way to make this change? I'll try to get a fix out soon that will better handle this situation, but if your disk is truly running out of space I'm not sure there's much any API Notifying application to reset its UI. 2013-11-19 14:38:56.339 Shipment[169:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: Loading store: UbiquityStore.sqlite 2013-11-19 14:38:56.394 Shipment[169:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: Successfully loaded local store. 2013-11-19 14:38:56.395 Shipment[169:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: Switching cloud disabled -> enabled 2013-11-19

BertRozenberg commented Nov 27, 2013 After days of 'the bad file descriptor issue' on my iPhone is was lucky enough to get the problem in the simulator too. http://www.saetechnologies.com/cocoa-error-512-filesync/ Are you seeing any cdt files like I am? (What do you mean with "see stuff coming in"?) kdbdallas commented Nov 25, 2013 https://www.dropbox.com/s/8t8k0kr7jz19p9i/verbose%20icloud%20log.txt https://www.dropbox.com/s/h0agz4e62nbhg53/Screen%20Shot%202013-11-25%20at%2011.13.05%20AM.png - (void)ubiquityStoreManager:(UbiquityStoreManager *)manager didLoadStoreForCoordinator:(NSPersistentStoreCoordinator *)coordinator isCloud:(BOOL)isCloudStore Den Background Sync habe ich auf 20 min gestellt. Title: Determination of Total Fat Content in Chocolate and other Cocoa Derivatives Created Date: 20090512151035Z… When it comes however to copy the data file, called topicStore, it fails with cocoa error

Which is contradicting its documentation: If the device has not yet downloaded the file at the given URL, this method blocks (potentially for a long time) while the file is downloaded. http://trinitylabsupply.com/cocoa-error/cocoa-error-516.html UbiquityStoreManager owner lhunath commented Nov 25, 2013 See the dotted line between frame numbers that skip? This discussion is locked            Benjamin Kuperman Level 1 (5 points) Q: Problem syncing Mobile account home folder I'm trying to get mobile accounts working correctly so that i can The FileSyncAgent.log contains the following lines: [10/07/28 12:32:20.608] Starting automatic sync of "HomeSync_Mirror". [10/07/28 12:33:07.124] EXCEPTION: Resource temporarily unavailable [10/07/28 12:33:07.124] network: MODIFY "Documents/path/to/excel-sheet.xlsx" {(Priority=1, EXECUTING)} (-[SStoreFileOperator_FS _openFile] (StoreFileOperator-FS.m:1350): open('/Users/msteinhoff/Documents/path/to/excel-sheet.xlsx',

iMac 27″ i7, MBA SSD, mini server, mini, G4 Cube, NeXTdimension Cube … Home sync to from Mac OS X 10.6 and … EXCEPTION: [data writeToFile:'/Volumes/users/ /.FileSync/PHD-R-9K4JP0vm3iA- .FileSyncHistory' options:0 error:&error] (Cocoa I get a Cocoa Error 512 and what I figured about that is, that it's not a valid directory (or something like that. Doesn't seem to affect the app so I'll ignore it for now. have a peek at these guys Changed the code back and within three minutes the iPhone was syncing again.

The da… NEW “PRODUCT” ANNOUNCEMENT. kdbdallas commented Nov 27, 2013 After doing a hard restart of the app it worked. A problem occured.

kdbdallas commented Nov 20, 2013 Alright.

I'm wondering if that changed a number of the sync settings someplace. You're saying you saved changes to your psc's MOC and they aren't showing up on the other peer? In fact, it's what NSURL+UbiquityStoreManager tried to do in a blocking manner. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site.

Bad file descriptor" 2013-11-18 21:09:30.450 Shipment[476:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: Error (cause:UbiquityStoreErrorCauseOpenActiveStore): Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=512 "The operation couldn’t be completed. (Cocoa error 512.)" UserInfo=0x17007c880 {NSFilePath=/private/var/mobile/Library/Mobile Documents/FSBP7TQTJW~com~hashbangind~shipment/CloudLogs/StoreUUID+, NSUnderlyingError=0x170245580 "The operation couldn’t be completed. Before I get to the logs I will tell you the quick and dirty. Might be smart to open a new ticket for that one, since this one is pretty beefy... check my blog Note that iCloud already has a seeded store loaded from another device and this startup is attempting to seed the store again.

Macos-x-server mailing list ([hidden email]) Help/Unsubscribe/Update your Subscription: http://lists.apple.com/mailman/options/macos-x-server/lists%40nabble.comThis email sent to [hidden email] Mario Steinhoff Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Advanced MVCS eastman 2012-10-29 08:46:01 UTC #1 I've been trying to debug this issue for a while now, but the last section where you store information to a local database seems Used the following code for line 749. [self.storeUUIDPresenter.coordinator coordinateReadingItemAtURL:[self URLForCloudStoreUUID] options:NSFileCoordinatorReadingWithoutChanges writingItemAtURL:[self URLForCloudStoreUUID] options:NSFileCoordinatorWritingForMerging error:&coordinationError byAccessor:^(NSURL *newReadingURL, NSURL *newWritingURL) { @try { 2013/11/28 11:20:07:584 60b [GBBAppDelegate defaultsChanged:]:180, - 2013/11/28 11:20:07:673 1803 You might try adding this option as additionalStoreOptions for USM, just to see what happens.

Ideally, it should try again, and perhaps there is something I can set that will have it do a couple of retry attempts before giving up?However, the error on the server Notifying application to reset its UI. 2013-11-20 20:12:20.213 Shipment[1281:1403] UbiquityStoreManager: Error (cause:UbiquityStoreErrorCauseOpenActiveStore): Error Domain=NSCocoaErrorDomain Code=512 "The operation couldn’t be completed. (Cocoa error 512.)" UserInfo=0x178265740 {NSFilePath=/private/var/mobile/Library/Mobile Documents/FSBP7TQTJW~com~hashbangind~shipment/CloudLogs/StoreUUID+, NSUnderlyingError=0x17804e340 "The operation couldn’t be NSString *dbPath = [NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(NSDocumentDirectory, NSUserDomainMask, YES) objectAtIndex:0]; dbPath = [dbPath stringByAppendingPathComponent:@"feed.db"]; eastman 2012-10-29 22:25:00 UTC #3 Thanks, it was the typo error of NSDocumentDirectory. UbiquityStoreManager owner lhunath commented Nov 25, 2013 So you'll have to do some digging with how you're dealing with multiple versions of your model (for Core Data's lightweight migration, all supported

kdbdallas commented Nov 19, 2013 A little over 2 hours and nothing... If this problem persists, contact your network administrator. The screenshot also isn't showing up. UbiquityStoreManager owner lhunath commented Nov 25, 2013 Those are the only threads you have?

I'm not sure how to handle the bad file descriptor issue; when the read is coordinated, there really shouldn't be any issue with doing it. I then tried opening the iOS app first and I got the following logs: 2013-11-18 21:44:40.715 Shipment[543:60b] [HockeySDK] WARNING: Detecting crashes is NOT enabled due to running the app with a So I deleted the entire file out of Xcode and the actual file, cleaned the project, deleted the derived data folder and quit Xcode. Do transaction logs show up for the first peer in its container, developer.icloud.com and on the other peer?

They are using the same Team ID I setup an iCloud Display Set Here are the entitlements [image: entitlements] — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub<#22 (comment)> Jul 8, 2010 8:44 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by DrKdev, DrKdev Jul 14, 2010 6:22 AM in response to Benjamin Kuperman Level 1 (0 points) Jul pastie/ix.io? kdbdallas commented Nov 19, 2013 I found this post about the "Bad file descriptor" part.

Zweiter Publicordner Passwortgeschützt woodyPTS, 11.07.2010, im Forum: Mac OS X Server, Serverdienste Antworten: 9 Aufrufe: 1.295 woodyPTS 13.07.2010 Benutzername oder E-Mail-Adresse: Besitzt du schon ein Benutzerkonto? UbiquityStoreManager owner lhunath commented Nov 19, 2013 Specifically, through the use of coordinated read and write access combined with a conflict handler on StoreUUID in case a node was offline. Cookies helfen uns bei der Bereitstellung unserer Inhalte und Dienste. Make sure the path is pointing to NSDocumentDirectory and NOT NSDocumentationDirectory (read it closely).